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Cubs revise Wrigley Field plan to qualify for federal tax credit

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Cubs revise Wrigley Field plan to qualify for federal tax credit

The Cubs are dropping one of seven new outfield signs at Wrigley Field, swapping the locations of two other and reducing the size of a video board. The goal of the changes is to qualify for a federal tax credit worth up to 75 million dollars. This move comes after the National Park Service raised concerns over excessive advertising. The Cubs say they’ll use the tax credits to upgrade the stadium. Joining us on the line to explain the agreement is Danny Ecker of Crain’s Chicago Business. Photo Courtesy of Flickr/ COMPUJERAMEY

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